Noobie need help with soldering mmcx male
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I’m new to this. I initially wanted to solder my cable to 2 pins connector but my 2 pin IEM driver broke.

MMCX have 3 “pins” which is to “+” and which is to “-“? Or it doesn’t matter? Will a cable with mic affect the soldering?

Sorry really noobie question here. I tried searching online for wiring instructions but found none. (Except for the female one) I want to solder to the make. Maybe I didn’t look hard enough, would appreciate your help.

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I always use a tone tester to map an existing cable as I build a new one. Mark down your notes and also test the connectors to see how they are rigged up. Makes life easy.
 
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Did you get your cable wired up?
 
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Did you get your cable wired up?
Oh, yes, thanks a lot for the information!
It was a painful and frustrating process ... even with flux ...

In the end, dad has to help me as I just keep screwing up... LOL!
Very satisfying though at the end of it!

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I'm glad I "saved" the earpiece which driver kapuut due to water damage ...
Thanks to you and @Voxata!!!
 
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I always use a tone tester to map an existing cable as I build a new one. Mark down your notes and also test the connectors to see how they are rigged up. Makes life easy.
Thanks for your advise!!
I haven't had the need to use those tools.
I was lucky in many ways and got the job done ...
after struggling with the sodlering though LOL
 
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